Google started registration page for 4G LTE smartphone on Sprint
If you are looking for a latest Sprint smartphone, then you have to head over to the Google’s site and register to get more details about their Galaxy Nexus, the first 4G LTE cellphone. The release date has not been provided yet, but Sprint’s 4G LTE network is estimated to be up and managing in select market by the first half of this year.
Right after you register with Google, be confident to head over to Sprint’s website and sign up, if you want to be informed when more information and facts are available.
Sprint recently announced that Dallas, Atlanta, Houston and San Antonio are predicted to be among the first markets to benefit from 4G LTE and much better 3G coverage.
Bob Azzi, senior vice president – Network, Sprint said that “In the first half of 2012, Sprint clients should practical experience first-hand the wide-reaching upgrades we have made in terms of increasing voice and data quality,”. “With superior smartphones and innovative wireless modems, our buyers are using more and more mobile data, and one of our top goal is to provide the best technology possible to strengthen our customers’ experience.”
Recently leaked ads suggest that the Sprint edition of the Galaxy Nexus could ship with a little bit altered specs. A web ad listed that the Sprint Galaxy Nexus as presenting a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor (instead of 1.2 GHz), but keep in mind that could have been a mistake. Sprint also had the Galaxy Nexus on display at CES but do not show the back of the gadget, so it could have an improved camera or larger battery.
We also know the Sprint Galaxy Nexus will involve 32 GB of internal storage and aspect support for Google Wallet, something Verizon’s version lacked.
I hope Sprint will continue to offer their genuinely unlimited plans, so their Galaxy Nexus customers can appreciate their smartphones without having to observe data usage.